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to mr. obama because the party started to drift in a direction that i found difficult to follow. >> i'm actually republican. did i not vote for barack obama. but i'm just here to celebrate the inauguration. >> you are just here to drink with your friends. have. >> a brew. >> don't cost nothing. >> you know you are at the inauguration right now, right? >> yeah. i'm so excited for inauguration. >> i met you out on coney island? remember i have a tat. >> your tattoo, where is it. >> actually right here on the back of my neck. >> watters world launched your career? >> kind of. >> did you ever watch bill o'reilly on fox news channel? >> yes. >> are you a factor fan. [ laughter ] >> i'm a fan and look forward to seeing you every night. >> i got information about all his historical work. >> his irish route. >> his historical book. >> killing lincoln one of the best books i have ever read. he is quite an author. >> when will you come on the no spin zone. >> are you going to come on the show one of these days. >> have i been invited. >> you have. >> get your friend some help. >> i will. >> all
: i want my president to be a problem solver and i don't care what party he or she is in and i don't see that here. what's the difference between bill clinton's ideology and barack obama's ideology? >> i don't think there saul that much difference. >> bill: do you think they are both just liberal? they are both in the same area of liberalism? i always thought that clinton wasn't quite as liberal as barack obama. >> well, you know it depends on which stage. i think on the fundamentals, that the president enunciated yesterday, i think they are very much in sync. i haven't talked to president clinton about the speech yesterday. he thought it was exactly the speech that president obama should have given yesterday. now it is -- >> bill: the reason i'm asking you the question is because clinton was fairly successful in managing the economy. he did sign,s -- as you know the welfare reform act which i i don't think president obama would have signed it? >> he came out against it in 1996. president obama did sign an agreement. >> bill: i see barack obama much further to the left than bill cl
that obama wants to end the reagan era. but the second point is, can obama split the republican party? to some extent he did on the fiscal cliff vote. he has a lot of issues like this. immigration and gun control. to mark's point. the president went out there and tested what he believes is his vision. this first term was about being a sen trist and now he is not held back by a political test. that is where he sees the second term. as far as republicans, we will be broken if we allow ourselves to be broken. the president has the platform of the presidency and he has organization. republicans have to look at where they get a better platform. ideas like more government and an economy that doesn't rely on government and whether or not we can do that with a greater organizational ability. that was the essence of ray again. he went out and made it more marketable in the middle. he talked about free enterprise. >> he sold that to a part of the electorate. >> what obama is doing is interesting to me. he is quoting the founding fathers. all men are created equal. that they are entitled to life
gardenerred support from her party and president obama who last month said he wanted her to stay on. she was appointed to the postin 2011. >>> a new survey finds more americans are now open to allowing citizenship for some illegal immigrants. the associated press gfk poll found 52% of americans favor allowing a path way to citizenship for immigrants who are already in the country. in 2010 just 50% of people polled ed felt that way. 22% more republicans now back the path to citizenship compared to how many did back in 2010. >>> americas cup organizers are announcing a summer concert series that is soon to be built waterfront amphitheater. it'll be a temporary facility called the america's cup pavilion and will be on piers 27 and 29. the first headline act to be announced is sting set to perform on june 2nd. plans call for a wide range of events leading up to the america's cup in october. including concerts, family shows and race related events. it's not clear what will happen to the pavilion after that. >>> air quality officials are issuing a winter spare the air alert for tomorrow here
this party took place. >> as president and commander in chief -- >> reporter: it's where president obama recently announced new cabinet picks and held his last press conference, pushing back on criticism that he doesn't socialize enough with republicans. >> i like a good party. >> reporter: turns out, the president likes two good parties. tuesday, the obamas appeared before 10,000 staffers and volunteers at the staff ball where lady gaga and tony bennett were the featured performers. gaga thanked the president for supporting gay rights. ♪ dedicating a performance of "born this way" to obama captured on a cell phone by a partygoer. a finite but monday's bash set the bar. ashley judd who tweeted this picture of an off-duty secret service officer who gave her a ride called it an amazing joyful house party. at 3:00 in the morning, katy perry just left the white house proclaiming all other parties from here on out will be judged unless they take place at the white house. india benet tweeted that she saw bill clinton at the party, there without his wife, no surprise since she had a very big
performed, wrote just partied at the white house. i kid you not, michelle obama stood up and got the party started. seriously cool first lady. they had a good time. >> i'm jealous about that one. >>> check this out. remember all those boy bands? who didn't love them? new kids on the block, boyz ii men, 98 degrees, all going on tour. yes, they're all going on tour. the package tour is scheduled to kick off may 31st in connecticut. it's going to travel across the country, wrapping july 13th in minneapolis. remember boyz ii men? >> i'm not going to lie, i would go to a boyz ii men concert. >> we should go together. >> i had a very pivotal moment of my life when boyz ii men was on the tape deck. >> i'm not going to ask. >> i just have a happy memory i wanted to share with y'all from november of '94. don't ask. it was a lovely time. >>> also, arnold schwarzenegger back in the news, giving another interview to the media saying he's trying to save his marriage to maria shriver. >> maybe he should have thought about that when he was having an affair with his housekeeper. >> yeah, she was cleaning.
for staying with us for this hour. they are actually still dancing in washington, d.c. the party for president obama's second inauguration is still on. after a day of speeches yesterday and poetry and a parade and three separate presidential dances with the first lady at two different inaugural balls serenaded by jennifer hudson, hey, there she is again. after all of that, the obamas it turned out kept dancing. they danced until 3:00 a.m. at the white house. a big separate party with a bunch of friends. try to imagine george bush and usher in a gangnam style dance-off. try. i cannot quite get there in my mind. maybe it happened. then today the president and mrs. obama surprised, greeted visitors at the white house. not dignitaries, but visitor visitors, people who were on the tour of the white house who got an unexpected chance while they were there not just to see the white house itself, but to shake hands with the people who live this, with the president and the first lady. hey, surprise, your tour includes us. if you watch all the footage of this, actually, you can see that people also got
president obama wants to annihilate republic republican -- the republican party. even for boehner, that's a low point. plus, the right wing freak out over the president's inaugural address. america's changed. republicans haven't. also, hillary clinton, joe biden and what everybody is saying about them in 2016. it's a big show tonight. so stay with us. ♪ >>> have you joined the politics nation conversation on facebook yet? we hope you will. believe it or not, everyone was speculating about 2016 today. will it be hillary clinton against joe biden? phil says it would be interesting to see who obama endorsed? it certainly would. the letter says obama runs the people in the country like our president. casey says it's time for a woman to run the show. sorry, joe, i'm for hillary. we've got more on the possible sweet 16 match-upcoming up later in the show. but, first, we want to hear your opinion. please head over to facebook and search politics nation and like us to join the conversation that keeps going long after the show ends. [ bop ] [ bop ] you can do that all you want, i don't like v8
spent the day trying to find out. >> reporter: after the obamas left the big inaugural ball, they returned to the white house for a star-studded after hours party. celebrities posted photos well after midnight. but today, it's back to reality. president obama's inaugural speech outlined a boldly liberal vision that congressional republicans declared dead on arrival. >> unabashedly far left of center inauguration speech. obviously, it's not designed to bring us together. >> reporter: now that the inauguration is over, what is the president actually going to do? he dedicated more of the speech to climate change than any other one issue. >> we will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. >> reporter: that came as a surprise. during the campaign, the president spent more time touting the very fossil fuels that contribute to global warming. >> too much oil. that's a good problem to have. >> reporter: we tried to press the white house today on what the president's going to do now that he has made
the gop, the guns over the people party, keep saying crazy things about president obama's modest gun safety proposals? the president's trying to do the reasonable thing yet the people on the nra right are going nuts over this. they're armying up for the final struggle against the government, the elected government. this is "hardball," the place for politics. -max hybrid. when you're carrying a lot of weight, c-max has a nice little trait, you see, c-max helps you load your freight, with its foot-activated lift gate. but that's not all you'll see, cause c-max also beats prius v, with better mpg. say hi to the all-new 47 combined mpg c-max hybrid. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. let's say you pay your guy around 2% to manage your money. that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it real
:30 in the morning partying it up. >> that's when katie perry tweeted she had been at the best party ever. president obama and the first lady were there, too. no word on how late they stayed >> bill: i have been when bill clinton was in the white house, i have been to a white house after midnight partying and what bill and hillary disappeared earlier. >> when you party late at the whitehouse whitehouse, you know, those guests who don't leave and you are trying to shoo them out the door, secret service could kick you out. >> they didn't have that problem. i can tell you from personal experience. >> and lady gaga has been dethroned as the most followed person on twitter. >> is that the thing. >> the pope eater? >> he is not in the top 10, bill. justin beiber is now the most followed person on twitter. >> after he mooned. >> 33 million,333,000 followers as of yesterday. only about 4,000 more than lady gaga and barack obama in number 5. hilda solis is still the secretary. a lot of friends of hers, a lot of her labor friends gathered to celebrate her tenure
religious, this is a government that will call -- with the european union, a clash with the obama administration and will not curry favor with the israeli public. this kind of government might not survive. >> this party led by a formal journalist could now play a role in a more modern government. another newcomer is shaking israel's political landscape. >> benjamin netanyahu has taken this page -- taken the stage. let's listen. >> that was the whole of israeli citizens. i'm hoping to leave these changes and for this purpose, we ought to create a wide as possible government. i started this task already this evening. the government that will be created will be based on the following principles. the government will be based on five central ideas. the strength and security facing the great challenges. and the main principle was and has been and will be to prevent iran from getting nuclear weapons. secondly, responsibility for the economy in the face of the continual global crisis. thirdly, a governmental responsibility for yearning for a real peace. enhancement approved equality in ne
-state solution for two peoples, based on security and mutual recognition. that's the position of the obama administration, and i think that's the position of lapeed's party, as well. in terms of the relationship with the united states, we're committed to the closest possible alliance with the united states. that has been the situation for the last four years, and that will continue. you are right that there's a greater emphasis on some of the social issues in our country, which are not so different than the issues in the united states. that includes a livable middle class wage, a housing for young people, economic opportunities, these have been the issues that have really come to the forefront in the last elections in israel. >> might it be necessary for the prime minister to back off of the new settlements, for instance, which are such a bone of contention with the administration here, and, of course, with the palestinians? >> i think there's a strong centrist feeling the settlements are not the major issues in the search for peace. settlements can be negotiated in the dreblth tairect tal
party and -- so i think that efforts like the occupy movement are very important in terms of -- barack obama would understand, as a former career organizer, you do not get noticed, especially if you're poor and disadvantaged, unless you do something to bring attention to the issues that are important. tavis: i agree with everything you said except for one. when dr. king did pushed the wrong button for lyndon johnson, you heard the tapes. you are doing the work on the papers project. johnson had some nasty things to say about martin king on those tapes. once johnson pushed those bonds, other black leaders came out publicly against martin. even if martin tried mightily not to take a public stance, at some point he would have felt compelled to do so. once he had done so, were he still around today, then what is the response going to be? >> i think you have to expect that those in power do not like people who speak truth to power. they would rather have flexibility that comes not out -- from not having strong grass- roots movements pushing them to do whatever things it wanted to. i think t
that will build its future. >> reporter: the president, once criticized by his own party's left for caving into republicans, seemed emboldened by his reelection and ready for a fight. >> yesterday's speech at the capitol was not about bipartisanship. it was about the agenda that barack obama, a democrat, the direction he wants to take the country. republicans can come along if they'd like. >> reporter: on the other end of pennsylvania avenue, minority leader mitch mcconnell congratulated the president before he accused mr. obama of being hyperpartisan. >> the era of liberalism is back. an unabashedly far left of center inauguration speech certainly brings back memories of the democratic party of ages past. >> reporter: the immediate battle is over the nation's borrowing limit, which will be reached next month. republican leaders once insistent that any increase be matched with an equal amount of spending cuts are now offering to raise the debt ceiling for three months in exchange for passing a budget. >> it's time for us to come to a plan that will, in fact, balance the budget over the nex
on the theme of ooh unity anymore, because we don't have it and look, i know that president obama gets opposed by the republicans, but whatever party in power gets opposed by the opposing party, i mean, that's what politics is all about. but the job of a leader is to somehow figure a way around that. >> exactly. >> finding common ground. >> what is it is, it's still a job. answer can't be they're against me and it can't be, i'm not saying it's an easy job, but it can't be the answer. >> the republicans are willing to work with him to address the figure issues, but you have to start off by acknowledging them aen for the president to say with regard to the debt and deficit we don't have to talk about tough decisions, the generation that built the country doesn't need to be pitted against the younger generation and that everything, you know, can work out fine without making tough decisions, well, unfortunately, the president's not showing the leadership that's needed to say, we do have a spending problem, we've got to address it. the incredibly important entitlement programs which are vital, but
. and his number three problem is he faces a staunchly obstructionist party in opposition. i would expect him to concentrate on trying to get his health reform package, otherwise known as obama care, sort of put in concrete. it's still vulnerable in places. and tweak it. i'll be very surprised if he doesn't make that if not his first priority, his number one legislative priority. >> grover norquist, do you have your battering rams ready for the president? the debt ceiling bustup to come. the republicans making clear they'll fight him all the way on that. i get a sense the president can be as bold and audacious as he wants in this inaugural speech yesterday but you guys aren't going to let him get away with very much. >> he has two problems. one is the republicans won the house of representatives. boehner was elected leader of the house as much as the president was elected to run the executive branch. so he can't pass something through congress without getting a republican house. he has another problem, that's a democratic senate. 20 democrats are up for re-election in 2014. they're not as
quoted a conservative friend, barack obama should inspire us conservatives to be better and not be whierns. >> israeli prime minister netanyahu narrowly winning reelection. his conservative party and main opposition tied for 60 seats t each in particliliament. netanyahu will have to build a broad coalition on the party and make concessions for peace talks. >> a 2-year-old in survived two brushes with death. an suv serves out of control clipping an oncoming truck. that little girl thrown out of the back window on impact. she is crawling in the middle of the road as an oncoming truck narrowly misses her. the dad rushes to safety. she has only cuts and bruises. >> they come together to help this world war ii veteran. yesterday we told you the story about the 93-year-old albert wood. he came home from the doctor's appointment to find his house vandalized. after hearing the story donations poured in from all over the country. volunteers started showing up at his house to help fix it. >> i don't know what to say. it's incredible. >> people have been so kind and so good to me
threat than our national debt. what obama was trying to say is we need to have a reasoned discussion. i'm tired of saying this side and this side, let's meet in the middle. let's acknowledge certain -- >> the republican party had up until recently acknowledged a common science, and then as part of this crazy admission requirement for the republican candidacy for president, you have to disown all that, all that knowledge. >> that's exactly right. i think he felt so comfortable saying what he said yesterday because the american people were with him on election day. you know, they stood up and they said, no, this is time for reasonable discussion on issues. this wasn't just one set of issues. the american people, and our research at emily's list has shown that particularly women voters, just want some common sense discussion on these issues to look for policies to lead us forward. >> the speech is being interpreted as a defense of liberalism. i saw it as him saying these are issues to talk about. he wasn't outlining specific means of confronting them. wasn't saying government has to solve
-followed person, has 33.3 million followers. rounding out top five, katy perry, rihanna and president barack obama. preparations for the big night are well underway. wolf gang puck gave us a preview of the menu for the stars attending the exclusive after party, the governor's ball. >> this year, it's a variety. just like movies there are many great movies this year, we have great dishes so it's up to you to pick what you like. >> make sure to catch oscars february 24th here on abc. i'm rachel smith in los angeles. >> still to come, pg&e testing a device measuring pipe corrosion. >> what is in food that you sfwhi a report about to be released on the types of foods with the most fake ingredients. >> the dramatic rescue on subway tracks after a woman faints. >> a common complaint about canned food. we'll tak >>> pg&e is testing a piece of equipment that looks at pipe corrosion. >> it could be a giant leap forward for keeping an eye on gas lines and catching problems before they turn into disaster autos we're live at pg&e testing facility. heather? >> this is a lace yesh technology in medicine to map
of that engagement. obama still has not crossed that threshold where he is engaged individually, not just with the leaders in the republican party but the leaders in his own party. >> rose: the first question is that part of his dna, you know. and even his core competence to do that. my second point is does he believe it's effective. i don't know if i believe what he says it accomplished objectives. >> it may be with the republicans that it wasn't able to accomplish the objective. that he himself has said he plays golf with boehner but then nothing happened after that. but i think he still has room to get the democrats in those rooms more, to bring them over more, to keep his own base happy and going. i think it is in his dna. one of the other interesting things he said in the interviews in that first term he really wanted to spend time with his kids, they were growing up. that's the base of his security, it's the base of who he is. thank god we have a grounded president but now they don't want to spend time with him anymore so he's got more time to have these democrats floating around.
the second obama term. here's what john says. dave in lancaster, ohio, on our republican line. caller: good morning. i am republican. i want to encourage the party to really stand strong and hold their resolve to find a path to balance the budget. they talk about tax increases on the top 1% and tax breaks for the different class as. any more, it seems to me, that we do not have an upper, middle, or lower class. we have the haves and have-nots. we need to move in the direction, starting with the budget, to close the gap and bring back the middle class. host: can give us more specifics about what that would mean to you? what would congress do? caller: i would say, first, the debt ceiling there were talking about passing, i think it's a good time, a good thing for the short term. but what is stopping them from in may saying we need three more months and just kicking the can down the road? there has to be some consequences for republicans and democrats to actually say you've got to do this by a certain time or you don't have any more money to spend, so you don't get a raise. something has to be
to control that chamber, days after president obama gave an inaugural speech at that seemed to carry some pointed attacks directored at the republican party. here are excerpts of that. >> we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation that built this country and investing in the generation that will build its future. we do not believe that in this country freedom is reserved for the lucky. or happiness for the few. the commitments we made to each other, through medicare, medicaid and social security. these things do not sap our initiative. they strengthen us. [applaus [applause]. they do not make us a nation of takers, they free us to take the risks that make this country great. we, the people, still believe that enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war. we cannot mistake absolutism for principles or substitute spectacle for politics or treat name-calling as reasoned debate. >> megyn: we heard from a top white house advisor who said the barrier to progress here, in many respects, deficits, gun legislation, the economy, that there ar
, they are going to be a party of absence. secretary clinton and president obama, something that couldn't be avoided. something that wasn't on the radar for them. they have to get over losing two presidential elections and let's come together. the best thing for them to do is to get on with it. we are a progressive country and we need to be progressive in our thinking. host: do you think the questions by republicans were fair or too tough? caller: especially my representative from south carolina, joe wilson, the man who called the president a liar and the other representatives from south carolina. they want to be stuck in the past and they aren't thinking progressively and that's where this country is headed. host: the new chairman of the committee is ed royce of california. and one of his questions for secretary clinton was why weren't the -- why were the security forces withdrawn from benghazi. and here's what she had to say. >> there's a lot of important questions in that, mr. chairman. and let me begin by saying that i was aware of certain incidents at our facility and the attack on
country, which needs investment, which needs community. and i think we're seeing a republican party in full disarray that doesn't let the democratic party off the hook. it needs to speak to the inequality in this country, which president obama is beginning to move toward. but when 93% of the national growth goes to 1% of the americans, that is not a healthy economy. and i do think it's incumbent upon us. and i think it's important to note that rush limbaugh, who very happily, his hucksterism and demagoguery has been put into the dustbin of history here, fox is in a delusional time warp and it is trending downwards. but it is incumbent on the media to laser-like understand that joblessness, not deficit and debt, is the major crisis of our time. that inequality is and the corporate power, which you well know, ed, remains a force, even while the great social movements of our time, from seneca falls, the women's rights movement, to selma, the civil rights movement, to stonewall, the great inclusion of gay rights, the gay rights movement. those are critical. but we also have a political
for the laqud party yesterday. new centrist party had a surprisingly strong showing in israel and could force a more earnest push for peace-making with the palestinians. the obama administration is equipping egypt with state-of-the-art weaponry despite the government's open hostility toward israel. shannon bream are telling us what you are spending the equipagess now. >> four american f-16 fighter jets are in egypt as a foreign age pact that some republican lawmakers believe should be reconsidered. in light of history of anti-semitic remarks by mohammed morsi. former head of the muslim brotherhood. >> we must not forget to nurse our children and grandchildren on hatred toward the jews. and all those who support them. >> morsi mocked president obama after his 2009 cairo speech. >> he uttered many lives he couldn't have fulfilled a single word even if he were sincere, which he is not. >> the military aid package part of a deal struck with then egyptian president hosni mubarak in 2010 includes 16 f-16 and 200 tanks. some member of congress fear egypt islamist leder could use the weapons against
party view that abortion should be illegal without any exceptions. the poll found that 70% oppose overturning roe v. wade compared to just 24% who support overturning the roe v. wade decision. president obama released this statement today. on the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade, we reaffirm its historical commitment to protect the health and reproductive rights of women, and the standing that government should not interfere with the most private family matters and women should be able to make their choices about their bodies and health care. today, the efforts to reduce unintended pregnancies, and minimize the need for abortion. on this anniversary we re-commit ourselves to supporting women and families and the choices they make and redouble the efforts to promote safe and healthy communities. joining me now is cecille richards, the president of planned parenthood. it is striking that the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade, there are no women alive before roe v. wade knew a world in which there was not the opportunity. >> and the nbc poll is fascinating. it really shows there is cons
power here in washington. on monday, we saw a president and a party that appeared to have shifted into reverse and jammed on the gas. for democrats in the obama age, the era of big government being over is officially over, and anybody who disagrees with their approach isn't just wrong. they're not just standing in the way of progress. they are malevolent. they are the bad guys. they are the ones who want to take food away from children. they want the old and the infirm to suffer. they want to choose between caring for the people who built this country, as the president put it on monday, and investing in those who will build our future. now, i don't know if the president really buys all this stuff. i don't know if he believes his own caricature. i certainly hope not. but one thing i do know is that questioning the intentions of one's political opponents makes it awfully hard to get anything done in a representative democracy. as the president himself said, without so much as a hint of irony, we cannot mistake absolutism for principle or substitute spectacle for politics or treat na
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-control measures and whether a drawn-out debate over the second amendment could imperil the rest of the party's initiatives, particularly on immigration. for all of the revelry surrounding the president's second inauguration this week, mr. obama, his aides and congressional allies know their window of opportunity narrows with each passing month." jeff, fascinating. there's so many things to talk about here. let's start, though, first with the realization because it's so important, they do realize, then, that their window narrows every month and basically by the midterms, they're coasting to the end. >> and i think some people in the west wing aren't even sure they have until the midterms. they know they have 2013 or they hope they have 2013. one problem is always unexpected things happen that the white house isn't even thinking of right now. in reporting this story, we found out that president obama is actually aware of this. he is more self-aware than i perhaps thought he was on this. he's been looking at george w. bush's early part of the second term. but the question is what are they going
security credentials at the expense of the orthodox party. that would actually be quite a significant achievement if they could put it together. >> it would be an interesting look. let's talk about netanyahu and president obama moving forward and maybe forward is the wrong word. the path has not been rosie. testy relationships in the past. what happens now in terms of their relationship, especially if netanyahu does move further right? >> well, if he puts together a narrow right government, which is possible based on the arithmetic, we're in for rocky waters. even though it's my conclusion that if obama wants to get anything done in the middle east, he has to find a way to work with the israeli prime minister, with netanyahu, not around him. but if the government goes broader, i suspect a lot of impending tensions are actually going to dissipate and netanyahu will in some respects be able to preside over a much more functional, at least at the top, u.s./israeli relationship. this is without a doubt four years in the most dysfunctional relationship between any american president and an
inauguration speech certainly brings back memories of the democratic party of ages past. >> well then it is far left according to mitch mcconnell. >> hal: because everything he said is soundly within the populous. arguably -- >> it is what president obama ran on and won on! >> hal: absolutely. this is their idea that somehow the myth of the center right he also mentioned that later in the same statement was that the president is out of touch because clearly we're a center right country. he said actually it was interesting. the words were we still believe we're a center right country which is interesting because if you look at the polls at all in any legitimate way you don't -- that's not what you see. even in gay marriage, even amongst republicans even in background checks, you're seeing the 70% of gun owners saying they're for universal background checks at gun shows and private sales. they have no problem with it whatsoever. it is soundly in that direction. if you ask mitch mcconnell what it was, he would probably tell you the opposite is true. 30% are for it and 70% are against it and veheme
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